Could you explain to our readers when you decided to become a politician?
I  never made a certain decicion to because a politician but somehow I was driven into it. During my highschool years I was interested in schooldemocracy. Later on I was asked to stand as a muncipal candidate and I took part in the municipal committees and the city council for 6 years. Candidacy in general election was kind of natural continuation in this work.

Did you have strong political beliefs during your youth?
I was been on runing common concerns, not so much the party´s political views.

Was the choice of becoming a “full time politician” difficult to make?
Not really. It´s easier to be a full. Time politician than trying to balance the schedules between the ordinary job and politics.

If you had to describe your political convictions with 5 words…
Christian values and responsible economic policy

How could you present the Green Party to our readers who don’t know it?
Our policy is based on Christian values such as responcibility, charity freedom and equality. In every day politics those values are shown as well in the fiscal policy ( taking care of the weakest in our  society ) as in the family policy ( the welfare of the whole society is based on the welfare of the families. )  Also the enterpreneurs and their spirit of the enterprise should he rewarded.

As a member of the Parliament, what will be your priorities for the near future?
Family policy, education policy and reasonable fiscal policy.

What are the positive and negative aspects of being a politician?
Positive aspects: Very social work possibility to influence on common concerns.
Negative aspects: Tight schedules, not enough time for family.

Do you consider it as a profession or is it more than that?
It´s also a position of trust.

If you had the possibility to totally change your profession. What would you
My profession before politics was business controller and my education is M. of Sc in Business Administration.

Why do you think that in Europe people become less and less interested in
There are probably several reasons for it. One could he that the standard of living is high enough and we have satisfied the basic needs like hunger shelter, education and security.  The another is may be that, there are no longer huge gaps between ideological views of different partics. ( No party is going to make a revolution ) And maybe we politicians are using too much political phraseology and people don´t see the connection between our work and their lives.

What should be done to change this situation?
A revolution is not the answer !
Easiest is to influence on our own behaviour and change the terminology and
make us more understandable.

What are your professional or personal projects for the future?
To be a good mother and wife. Show charity among other people and be a
competent politician.